Despite neither squad having a successful season, numerous storylines remain as the 2020 campaign begins to come to a close.
Duke's linebacking corps, led by Heyward, will have to contain dynamic Georgia Tech quarterback Jeff Sims.
It appears that Duke's bye week will be extended for a little longer.
After sitting out two games with a groin injury, Crowder returned to the field in a divisional matchup with New England.
In order to compete against Wake Forest, Duke will need to address and rework everything that went wrong on Saturday.
The Blue Devils did very few things well throughout Saturday’s game.
After every big play or score, North Carolina rang the Victory Bell for all of a fan-less Wallace Wade Stadium to hear. North Carolina rang the Victory Bell a lot Saturday afternoon.
Over the first 30 minutes, the Blue Devils look completely overmatched, with the Tar Heels holding a 42-10 lead into halftime.
The Blue Devils head into the matchup as 12-point underdogs, and our beat writers aren't too optimistic about their chances.
The Blue Devils will need to excel in the trenches in order to make things interesting on Saturday.
The momentum of each of these two teams could not be swinging in a more opposite direction.
No matter the teams' records, Duke vs. North Carolina always has intriguing storylines.
Despite his clear struggles and blown opportunities, coach Joe Judge again reminded the world that “Daniel Jones is our quarterback, clearly put.”
Let's see which players you should keep an eye on during Saturday's rivalry matchup.
Duke's ground game shined throughout their blowout victory over the 49ers.
Duke notching a win against Charlotte was not unusual, but almost every part of the win was.
Duke marched all over its Conference USA opponent, beating the Charlotte 49ers by a final score of 53-19. It was the Mataeo Durant and Deon Jackson show once again, the rushing attack getting going early and keeping the offense moving.
Anchored by two 60-plus yard runs from its two running backs, Duke leads Charlotte 24-7 as the teams head into the locker room.